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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Corriegarth Lodge
Corriegarth Lodge
Corriegarth Lodge
John Peters Esq. Factor
Mr D. Stewart, schoolmaster
Mr James Muir, Carpenter
Mr William F. McLean
054 A large and newly erected shooting lodge three stories high slated and in good repair. The property of Lord Lovat
Mr William F. McLean.
Mr J. Muir
Mr D. McGillioray, Aberchalder
054 This name applies to a small farmhouse & Shepherd's Cottage, both one story high. The property of Lord Lovat
LOCH GARTH Loch Garth Rev. [Reverend] M. McIntyre Boleskine.
Mr John Fraser, Keeper, Corriegarth Lodge.
Mr W. F. McLean Lochgarthside
054 A large freshwater loch situated in Straith Errick and about one mile north of Corriegarth Lodge. The property of Lord Lovat Beaufort Castle by Beauly Inss. [Inverness]

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